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TravelPod Member Reviews4T Guesthouse Sukhothai
Lovely helpful staff and great food at the restaurant. Basic accommodation but clean. Great air con, and wifi intermittent and bed very hard. But reflects the budget and would recommend it highly as affordable accommodation.
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This small town is located in the north of Thailand just less than half way from Chiang Mai to Bangkok.
We have come here because when we went to Jicsaw Thai Restaurant in Cricklade (been there a few times now and it's well worth the visit if you like Thai food), they had a picture on the wall we were admiring and they said it was taken in …
We arrived at Sukhothai on May 4th and were heading to Chiang Mai next. Getting here wasn't too bad. We took a tuk tuk to the Ayutthaya bus terminal just outside of the main city right after breakfast. The bus arrived just after 1pm to pick us up and it took 6hrs to arrive at Sukhothai. After another tuk tuk to our hotel we were checked in to our …
... around the gardens, I couldn't take my eyes off the women preparing their 'krathongs' for the festival. Intricate floating masterpieces weaved from banana leaves and flowers are created by the locals and filled with incense and released into ponds, canals and rivers around this time of year. The idea is that as they float away, the goddess of water Phra Mae Khong Kha takes any sins on board the colourful masterpieces. These offerings are only part of what ...
... to not vote in the upcoming elections that aren't happening.
Anyway. Kathmandu is a pretty cool city none the less. Its got its smog and dust problems but the city itself is quite fun. Dispel any notions that KTM is a sleepy mountain village filled with the odd hostel and chicken farm. It's a proper Asian metropolis filled with concrete, shrines and millions of people. Somehow it all cohesively works together as a functioning city despite all the problems ...
... pals Leyton and Stefan conked out in their respective bds for the night. (Leyton's is a blow-up helium mattress that he vehemently believes "needs to be used". So he's using it.)
Ryan has literally just walked in with Kelly, face lit up, claiming that he and Kelly just had "the most amazing" experience buying egg tofu. They tell me that right this second, the Sukothai night market is the most buzzing it's ever been.
I'm off to find out more!